SpringHill Dental Assisting Academy
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What Makes SpringHill The Right Choice
for your Dental Assistant Career?
Our instructors are dental assisting educators with years of experience teaching dental assisting and are working in patient care when not interacting with our students.
Because our classes are held at one of the top dental offices in Omaha, you will get real-world training with modern equipment.
Because our classes and labs are on Saturdays, our program allows you to work during the week. Our course consists of 7 Saturdays and a 3-week full time, weekday externship to complete the program, which allows you to gain valuable experience with patients.
“ The bureau of labor statistics projects 19.5 percent employment growth for dental assistants between 2016 and 2026. in that period, an estimated 64,600 jobs should open up.”
– Best Jobs Rankings U.S. News And World Reports
What you will learn as a Dental Assistant
Our Dental Assisting Training Program provides hands on dental assisting training and enables students to enter the dental assisting profession at an entry-level position. We make sure you have the skills you need to get started in this growing feild.
Four And Six Handed Dentistry
The latest equipment, techniques & Technologies
Hands-On Training in a State of the Art Facility
Meet Our Team
Dr. Christina Chiang
Testimonials from Former Dental Assistant Students
We're proud of our students and their accomplishments. Because becoming a dental assistant is just the start of an amazing career in the dental field, many dental assistants advance their careers into other areas of the dental industry.
This is a rewarding career path and there is no limit to what you can do when you become a dental assistant.
Many dental assistants who love working in the profession agree that dental assisting is their “dream job.” They believe they’ve found the ideal career match that perfectly fits their interests and skills.
With the growing prevalence of oral HPV, Dr. Randi Tillman stresses that is critical for dental professionals to understand what they should look for in their patients, and how they can play a role in advocating for oral cancer prevention.